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12/10/2017 - 16:46 BST

Leeds United Loanee Not Taking Regular Football For Granted In Loan Spell


Leeds United loanee Marcus Antonsson has insisted that he is aware that he has to be at his best to remain in the Blackburn Rovers team.

The striker has been in good form since joining the League One club from the Whites on a season-long loan deal in the summer.

Antonsson has thus far made nine appearances in all competitions for Rovers, netting three times.

The Ewood Park outfit, who were relegated from the Championship last season, presently find themselves just one point adrift of a playoff spot with a game in hand.


And Antonsson explained that he is not guaranteed a place in the starting line-up, owing to the fierce competition amongst the Blackburn players.

“We have a really good squad and really competitive”, he was quoted as saying by the Lancashire Telegraph.

“Absolutely I need to be at my best, but that is good for the team and for Rovers that we have that good squad.

“Everyone needs to put in 100 per cent to stay in the team and I have no problems with that.

“I am a hardworking player and like to put in the work for the team.”

Antonsson went on to add that he feels Blackburn, who will next play Oldham Athletic on Saturday, are heading in the right direction.

“It’s a new group, a lot of new players, and you can’t just get going from day one”, he continued.

“It will take a little bit of time to find the good place.

“We are improving and showing that we are going in the right way.

“It feels good.”

Antonsson, who joined Leeds from Kalmar in 2016, is contracted with the Yorkshire giants until 2019.